Seahawks DIY shirt for only $2

If you have been reading my blog for any amount of time, 
you will know that I am a west coast transplant from the good ole' Midwest.
I've lived in the Seattle area for 13 years, but no matter how hard I try, it doesn't feel like "home"
if you know what I mean.

I grew up cheering on the Colts and the Pacers,
watching the Indy 500 and preparing my brackets for the final four.
That said, I'm not a huge sports fan.
I actually only like watching sports when I know the people playing.

However, there is a wave of excitement in our community as the 
Seahawks prepare for the Superbowl this Sunday.  
I figured it was time to embrace the sport
{and also all of the coupons and discounts available to those wearing team colors...hello 12 cent coffee at Starbucks and 10% off my total at Albertson's.}

I loved the shirt that Emily at Jones Design Company made her daughter,
and decided that I would copy the idea.

I picked up scraps in my scrap fabric bin,
ironed on fusible web to the back of the fabric,
cut the logo out
and ironed all of the pieces in place.
No sewing required!

Best part, I bought the shirt for $2 at Deseret Industries, so the total project cost me $2.
And if I am completely honest, I'm actually really digging my homemade shirt so much more than the ones I've seen on the shelves.
Go Hawks!
Or Bronco's.

1 comment

kim said...

Awesome! Guess your shirt was good luck:)

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